Providence Performing Arts Center
220 Weybosset Street,
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Once the premier picture palace of Rhode Island, the Loew’s State Theatre (later Ocean State Theatre and Palace Theatre) has been reborn as the Providence Performing Arts Center and features live stage shows and concerts. It originally opened on October 6, 1928.
The Bell Atlantic Big Screen Movie Series periodically shows classic films on the big screen.
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